• @miyabi Of course if it is not for you, that is perfectly fine, just like how a het relationship is not for a gay person. The tone of your post sounds like you are disgusted, which I think is hurtful. It further stigmatizes gay relationships. This population is already so vulnerable, no need to add more shame. I don't expect you to change your mind about being in a gay relationship (that would be ridiculous of me), but consider how your tone affects the feelings of your gay friends and family.
  • can someone tell me if this woman had been acting in anything for the past 5 years? why the hell are entertainment news still covering her? she's known for her stupid life more than her career achievements.
  • @littlefish lmao i wasn't offended. making assumptions again, huh. nice to see you going off tangent each time.
  • @potatochip yeah, nearly all of them have went in and out of abusive relationships. both gay and het friends. i think you should read again what i replied to littlefish. the physical aspect of a gay polygamy relationship is just too gross and bizarre to imagine for me. if it isn't for you, then cool. but i'm not gonna change my mind. i guess ppl are free to embrace the risk of STDs in a polygamy relationship - also studies have shown that gay relationships have higher instances of STDs. all these are just bleugh to me
  • @miyabi Um, really, all your gay friends have abusive relationships? Most of my gay friends and family members are in wonderful loving and equal relationships. But like all relationships, hetero or homo, there are going to be some bad ones. And I have never heard that people assume gay relationships are better. I am just wondering why you say gay polygamy is worse.
  • Love natalie. Imho has the leading female aura. If she's an actress in south korea, i'm confident she would also be cast as the leading actress as she has the look that many sk viewers like.
  • @miyabi lol, I’m sorry if you feel offended when I say “it’s a bit harsh”. And also it’s just to point out that why it’s harsh to just look down at one’s choice in their sexual life
  • @littlefish dude, where in my post did i ever say it is a crime? i definitely look down at the ~sexual and physical aspect~ of it - personally, to me it's gross. period. i never made any comments regarding the morality aspect on polyamory. perhaps you would want to re-read my posts again. plus i only reminded you that jumping to conclusions about any person's needing support and making assumptions without facts IS generalizing.
  • " TVB actor Gregory Lee (李泳豪) was asked to comment on her new pregnancy. The actor apologized, and said he had no comment." why are entertainment reporters so often bloody rude, dumb and most of all, tactless? is this a question you should be asking someone who has broken up eons ago?
  • @miyabi I’m not saying all polyamory is, but it seems to be a common thing in gay people and im simply giving my thought of it. You see more polyamory in gay people than in normal people, why is that? Could it be the circumstances I said? And even if it’s not, why is it a crime? If you let your partner knows before you start the relationship, how is that a crime? You might not approve of the relationship but some people needs multiple support system (physical desire or mental desire, whatever), I.e multiple partner. Simply looking down on another person just because he/she has a different POV in relationship without finding out why is a bit harsh
  • @miyabi Nah. Ben Wong had the advantage that he also was typecasted as a straight boring wooden guy in a 'Kindred Spirit' so it is possible for him to return to that type of good guy now. It's impossible for Eric Li now because no director will take that chance. He will have to continue to play these bit part villains to maintain a career in the entertainment industry....
  • i'll never marry a cheater.. just saying. and in the first pic his outfit is so tacky. i mean yeah maybe they were going for the rustic, barebacked frenchie look. but lol. as long as they're happy, i guess. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • i think tvb should have given eric more chances.. i mean yeah he's not exceptionally handsome, but he's not a bad actor. i'm kinda sick of seeing the same people playing the good guys over and over? tvb is always the damn problem anyways. i remember when ben wong was typecast as the villain for something like more than a decade until his popular and well-liked role as the 4th prince in gilded chopsticks. like, i practically grew up with ben wong as the villain in ALL tvb dramas. gilded chopsticks was really his breakout drama. ever since then, ben had been given more chances to play the protagonist instead of the antagonist. it's not because actors who have played villains often are incapable of playing the good guys. it's because tvb doesn't give them a damn chance.
  • lol. picking your kids up is not something so spectacular that it deserves a medal. it's a responsibility. the mother is already absent. maybe yang mi and hawick have a mutual agreement on who would be the one to spend more time with their daughter. given that hawick doesn't have a lot of job offers, then it's natural that most of the parenting falls onto him. i mean how many of us had working fathers and stay at home mothers? naturally the mothers would be the ones taking care of us. working mothers wouldn't have much time. i don't know much about yang mi, never seen her shows either, but from what i gather, it seems she's quite famous and much more bigger than hawick in the mainland, and hence busier.
  • sometimes i feel like hk doesn't really understand some of the concepts propagated by western social justice warriors. cheating? cheating isn't #metoo. lol. cheating has nothing to do with unwanted sexual harassment. cheating is your OnSumm scandal. sexual harassment or sexual assault is what happened to poor yammie.
  • @littlefish that's not true. that's just generalizing most gay people. people who are into polyamory may not necessarily be gay, and may not necessarily be broken. it doesn't make sense to simply put forth the assumption that "most" must have some kind of tragic background to practise this form of relationship.
  • @potatochip i disagree. nearly all of my gay friends have had some form of relationship abuse by their partners, either physical or emotional. the desire to dominate the other person will always be present due to innate personality traits. kinda dislike the false assumption that gay relationships are better than het ones, because they're just as likely to be dysfunctional.
  • lol she must be one of those western girls with yellow fever. at least she upgraded. this guy looks slightly better than wc
  • she's not an ugly girl. idk why she doesn't want to keep her trim weight in the past. she must have been moved by that fat acceptance movement. that movement does more harm than good tbh. i feel sorry for her. she lost her mom at such a vulnerable age, her father doesn't give a flying ass about her, it's true she doesn't really have anyone. i would suggest to her to get a pet. they give you unconditional love, and they're always there for you. you are the only one in their world.
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